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Jan 29, 2013 7:00am PST
from alcoholism when sheep was only 9 years old and the diabetes that she thought would take her life as a child. >>> the u.s. treasury department is being criticized for approving what's being called excessive salaries. according to a government report, the treasury approved pay raises for 18 executive its at american international group or aig, general motors and allied financial. most of those salary hike requests were for $100,000 or more. the report says the treasury ignored its own rules limiting pay under bailout rules. >>> 7:24. let's check in with sal and the roads. >> we've had a couple of traffic trouble spots out there. one of the things we're watching is the bridge. our news looking at the bridge -- newschopper2 looking at the bridge. this is the traffic it looks pretty good. we're looking at the commute if you are driving on 880 a little bit farther south heading down past the coliseum. now, then, if you are on the peninsula, 101 northbound is busy from an earlier crash. southbound 101 nine-minute drive time to the ramp. not all that bad. let's go to steve. >>> a lot of
FOX
Jan 31, 2013 7:00am PST
in one city can contribute to type ii diabetes. binge drinking can interfere with the part of the brain that controls insulin regulation. they add the effects of alcohol are separate from possible wait gabe caused by drinking. >>> and working before you eat breakfast may help you burn more body fat. researchers in the u.k. followed ten men who worked out on a treadmill in the morning. some did not eat before they worked ut 0. others had a -- worked out. others had a normal breakfast. they say those who did not eat breakfast lost less weight. >>> what jurors told a judge after few days of deliberations in a case. >>> and steve paulson will be back and he will tell us if things will warm up for super bowl weekend. >>> good morning. westbound highway 4. we've had some improvement here. contra costa here. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay forecast. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. we know you look around for the best deals. that's why we give you real big club card deals each week. right
FOX
Jan 9, 2013 7:00am PST
for those who drank i out drinks including iced tea. one theory is the drinks have been linked to diabetes and that can lead to depression and mood disorders. researchers say there's a lot of evidence that people who are depressed crave sweets. so there's a which came first theory as well. now, some good news in the study, particularly for those of us early birds for those of us who rely on caffeine, coffee was found to have the opposite effect. those who drink four cups of coffee a day had a lower risk of developing depression. researchers say more studying needs to be done and perhaps chemicals -- perhaps on the chemicals in the drinks to determine which ingredients may trigger the disease. dave? >> thank you, pam. >>> have to show you this. the first-ever live video of a giant squid. take a look at this. in was spotted more than 2,000 feet down in the pacific off the coast of japan. they think that's ten feet long. you can see that giant squid grab onto a smaller squid. they use that as bate. the discovery channel plans to broadcast a special on this video you are looking at. >> i'm not
FOX
Jan 14, 2013 7:00am PST
is warning there's a small risk for diabetic patients who may have been exposed to reused insulin needles between october 2010 and november of last year. the health scare has the attention of at least one lawmaker in new york new york state. >> they obviously changed the needles each time but they would put -- should have been putting a patient's name on the cartridge so that it would never be used by someone else. >> the v.a.'s office in buffalo is offering free blood tests to anyone worried they may have been exposed. >>> time 17:32. tomorrow -- time is 7:32. tomorrow in marin county you can trade in old guns in exchange for cash. the county is providing $40,000 for a four-county gun buy-back event. they'll pay $200 for semiautomatic weapons, $100 for other guns. those guns can be turned into police stations in know sad dough, san a -- in novato, san rafael, lashes spur, points reyes -- larkspur, point reyes. coming up at 7:50, why gun show officials expect attendance records to be broken and how they say president obama may have something to do with it. >>> a fire in san jose has left
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